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Byron Shire
May 15, 2021

Federal, Goonengerry go CSG free

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The good folk of Federal and Goonengerry celebrated their CSG Free Community status on Sunday after a road survey in the region returned 99.9 per cent support, with just ten residents uncertain and only one opposed. The event included music by local bands and school students and a Welcome to Country from Widjabul elder Uncle John Roberts.


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